EMS hires head of client operations

Cassie Kendrew has been appointed by Event Marketing Solutions (EMS) as head of client operations to drive roadshow events across the EMEAR region.

Cassie Kendrew, EMS' new head of client operations
Cassie Kendrew, EMS' new head of client operations

Kendrew, who joins the business from Watermeadow Medical where she was responsible for the conception and delivery of international events for leading pharmaceutical companies, will head up the client operations and technical team.

She previously held an account management position at EMS where she managed some of the company’s biggest and more logistically challenging campaigns including the Ford multi-vehicle campaign.

Keith Austin, chief executive at EMS, said: "Cassie returns to EMS at an exciting time, as we prepare to launch second trucks for two long-term clients and unveil exciting new tours for several new brands.

"During her time with us she was integral to the growth of some major clients along with helping us enter new markets such as the Middle East. This insight and understanding along with her excellent man management skills are a fantastic foundation to help her develop in her new role."

Kendrew added: "This is an exciting new phase for me. As well as my client services experience, I will be using the operational knowledge gleaned from ten years of delivering events and roadshows around the globe."

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